Today I wanted to change the number of comments per page from 20 to 200 but I didn’t know how. Turns out you can adjust this by clicking ‘Screen Options’ (top right) and picking a new value.
Found a cool old program: pr_comment.c…
To just print the filename that matches a grep expression, without the matched text, use the -l (lowercase L) command-line arg. So e.g.:
grep -Rl 'jsphp.co[^m]' .
To mark a file in svn as executable:
svn propset svn:executable ON my-script
sudo apt-get purge scala sudo apt-get autoremove cd ~/desktop/scala wget http://downloads.lightbend.com/scala/2.11.8/scala-2.11.8.tgz tar xzf scala-2.11.8.tgz sudo mv scala-2.11.8 /usr/share/scala sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/scala /usr/bin/scala sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/scalac /usr/bin/scalac sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/fsc /usr/bin/fsc sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/sbaz /usr/bin/sbaz sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/sbaz-setup /usr/bin/sbaz-setup sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/scaladoc /usr/bin/scaladoc sudo ln -s /usr/share/scala/bin/scalap /usr/bin/scalap
Everything is easy when you know how!
Today I read Getting Started with Scala.
Found how to escape @ characters in Subversion managed file names?. The short answer is that you add an extra ‘@’ character at the end of the file name…